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MICROPHOTOGRAPHS  - Page 2 of 2  

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Ant, 25X

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Spirogyra, 200X

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Spirogyra, 400X

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Hydra, 25X

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Hydra Eye Spot, 200X

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Euglena, 400x

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Technical data:

The bright field microphotographs above were made with a ZEISS trinocular microscope with the following objectives.  25x Plan, 200x, and 400x Neofluar with a 10x eyepiece.  The camera is a Nikon 8008s using Kodak Gold 200 ISO film and Köhlor illumination.


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